"The Song of the Seventy-Five"
Margaret Ethel Kelley Kern was born 13 February 1874. She did volunteer work during World War I, serving with various organizations, including the National League for Women's Service, Godmothers' League, War Camp Community Service Woman's Auxiliary, and the Service Legion. She also wrote articles for numerous periodicals, and is the author of "The Trail of the Three Notched Road." She was also served as information officer for the Virginia State Chamber of Commerce. She married Dr. George Thomas Walker Kern (1873-1948), and they had one daughter. Kern died 10 July 1975 in Richmond, Virginia, and is buried in Hollywood Cemetery.
"The Song of the Seventy-Five," 1919, Margaret Ethel Kelley Kern. Papers, 1895-1949. Accession 23481. Personal papers collection. The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Va. 23219.
Margaret Ethel Kelley Kern. Papers, 1895-1949. Accession 23481. Personal papers collection. The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Va. 23219.